Take a peek inside NYC’s new and reimagined showrooms for a taste of how to touch up the home this season.
The reimagined Amuneal showroom showcases the brand’s shelving, lighting, kitchen outfittings and more.
Philadelphia-based designer-maker brand Amuneal recently renovated its showroom in the New York Design Center at 200 Lexington Ave. The reimagined, 4,800-square-foot space on the 13th floor is now more open and better suited for events and interactive collaborations, allowing the brand to showcase a broader range of products. Amuneal’s sophisticated, fully custom and made-to-order pieces are displayed alongside exquisite site-specific works by designer Kyle Bunting, exhibiting the company’s passion for materials throughout. Featuring handpainted woods, textured materials and plenty of room to roam, the showroom offers an inspiring place to engage with the brand. 200 Lexington Ave., Ste. 1314
SOHO HOME STUDIO
The Mateo chair upholstered in boucle
In its first U.S. outpost, Soho Home Studio in the Meatpacking District brings the vibe and experience of members club Soho House to a shoppable, artistic environment. Featuring in-house interior design services and made-to-order furniture, the space allows guests to build their own dream designs. There are also exciting amenities including a juice bar, floral offerings, a vinyl corner for DJs and an area that holds rotating creative workshops and events from Soho House members and others. With Soho Home’s contemporary and stylish furniture available for purchase and an air of creativity, the studio is a place to browse and get inspired. 401 W. 14th St.
The Harper sectional sofa
Featuring three vast floors of luxury furnishings, entrepreneur and visionary designer Ben Soleimani’s new flagship showroom highlights his Private Reserve Collection of antique and handknotted contemporary rugs, as well as eclectic lighting, textiles and decor. The over 12,000-square-foot brick-and-mortar also has interior design consultants available to help clients navigate designs, from initial sketch to installation. “I have never been satisfied with the status quo,” Soleimani says. “It was the impetus and motivation to create this brand. I’m a problem-solver—I identified what was missing in the luxury home category, from both a professional and personal perspective, and created a better model.” 601 Madison Ave.
The Emblem showroom was designed by Anne Pericchi Draeger.
Entrepreneur Martin Pietri has a strong passion for traditional French design and even received a National Order of Merit from the French government in June 2021 for his role in preserving French craft. His realization of this passion came to fruition with design company Emblem, which includes pieces from four high-quality French houses of design, Maison Taillardat, Maison Craman-Lagarde, Vernaz & Filles and Manufacture des Emaux De Longwy. The quintessentially French elegance is available in Emblem’s new quaint 130-square-foot showroom. From furniture crafted with cloisonne enamel to gold leaf, the company’s first U.S. showroom in Soho embodies the excellence and elegance of French craftsmanship that has always inspired Pietri. 171 Spring St., 2nd Floor